Riviera Press wishes you a very happy New Year!

Riviera Press Holiday 2020

Bring on 2021! Riviera Insider and Riviera Press by MediaCorp wish you happy holidays and safe News year’s! We are finally coming to the end of this year and 2020 has really been a doozy! Even though it has been astonishing, often difficult and sometimes trying, it has also brought about rethinking, transformation, a lot of resilience and some nice moments of solidarity, mutual aid and cohesion.

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  • 1st annual Nice International Art Expo

    Nice Art Expo 2021 c. TLP GroupNice is preparing for its first large-scale contemporary art fair in years. The Nice Art Expo 2021 International Exhibition is scheduled to take place in early April. But what seems like a corporate-sized event was actually started by a young, local artist. 

  • UK imposes new travel restriction for international arrivals

    Delightful Heathrow Airport via pixy.org

    This Friday, for international arrivals to England, including UK nationals, it will be mandatory to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test carried out no more than 3 days before departure. This measure will apply from 4 am GMT on Friday 15 January and is in addition to already established travel protocols and is in addition to already established travel protocols, including the completed 'Passenger locator form'. 

  • Cannes opens the first 'Vaccinodrome' in the Palais des Festivals

    Cannes vaccinodrome 2021

    The Alpes-Maritimes’ first ‘Vaccinodrome’ has opened in Cannes in order to facilitate a much more rapid and vast distribution of the new Covid-19 Vaccine. Long closed to the masses of festival and congress attendees, the Palais des Festivals has once again reopened its doors, this time to give Covid jabs.

  • Le 61 bar à vin: A family-run bistro in Golfe-Juan

    Le 61 Bar a vin in Golfe-Juan

    In the small seaside town of Golfe-Juan, this family-run bistro and wine bar is a cherished local favourite. Run by Julien Rives, his wife Cristelle and their two daughters, Fanny and Margot, Le 61 Bar à Vin serves a small selection of great food and wine. The RI editor takes you inside, revealing her secret spot for the best burger.

  • Ring in the New Year with a Gallette and a side of Mclaren!

    Neron Patisserie and Aston MartinWhat do you get when you mix luxury pastry with luxury cars? A pretty sweet partnership! Why not ring in the New Year with a Gallette des roi made by Neron Patissier, while having a gander at one of the rarest cars in the world? Our favourite Glacier and patisserie, Neron has just made an exclusive partnership with Monaco Luxury Group, who presents McLaren and Aston Martin in the Principality. After all, where else on the earth does the finest of French cuisine marry so easily with the fastest luxury cars? Monaco, of course.

  • Pierre Cardin: Another legend gone in 2020

    Pierre Cardin in 2010. Photo: Terentiyeva, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia CommonsAnother legend has left us, this time from the world of fashion... but also a visionary in art and architecture as well. Pierre Cardin, the great couturier, designer and businessman Pierre Cardin died near Paris on 29 December 2020 at the age of 98. From the reporter for our German magazine, RivieraZeit, Rolf Liffers describes the impact his unstoppable man had on the world.

  • Cannes: Sean Connery to ring in the New Year

    bâche Sean Connery façade Palais (c) Mairie de Cannes (1)

    For the city of Cannes, it is more important than ever that the new year brings with it the hope of a return to joy and culture. To symbolise this passage, David Lisnard, mayor of Cannes, chose to display the mischievous and seductive face of the great Sean Connery on the symbolic cap of the Palais des Festivals et Congrès.

  • Riviera Press wishes you a very happy New Year!

    Riviera Press Holiday 2020

    Bring on 2021! Riviera Insider and Riviera Press by MediaCorp wish you happy holidays and safe News year’s! We are finally coming to the end of this year and 2020 has really been a doozy! Even though it has been astonishing, often difficult and sometimes trying, it has also brought about rethinking, transformation, a lot of resilience and some nice moments of solidarity, mutual aid and cohesion.

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